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kbsquare

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  1. (salam) So, as long as a probabilty exists that say the halal item was fried in a different oil then the non halal item (even if it was just at the time of my purchase) the fried halal item should still be considered halal? Or am I missing something? Thank you! (wasalam)
  2. If a halal item say, shrimp is deep fried in the same basket as the chicken or non halal fish, would this make the fried shrimp halal or haram? (Just an example) thank you.
  3. (salam) According to the link below eid is on Saturday, July 18th 2015. I believe that this organization is affiliated with ayatollah sayed sistani. So, would this reflect his opinion? http://www.imam-us.org/1436/shawwal (wasalam)
  4. Inshallah, now that I have read your comments on this thread it seems like you are a lot better off than me. You have a stable life, economy, and it seems some of the females give you some attention; all of which I have yet to attain . No worries patience triumphs at the end. So, now you that you have revised your mindset, inshallah you will have a spouse sooner than later.
  5. (salam) Reading your post I was astonished to find that there was someone with a similar situation as myself (same age too) but I'm in the U.S. However, I don't define chastity the way you do, as in chastity = virginity. Chastity is to abstain from any sort of sexual attraction to another except one's rightful spouse. You need to get over this whole "im a virgin so I will only marry a virgin" attitude, because then you only will have yourself to blame for your loneliness. People go through different obstacles everyday in regards to preserving ones "virginity." Some are able to keep it like you and I, but some falter and make a mistake. That is for Allah (swt) to judge them on, what matters is if that person has repented and shows great remorse for what they have done (this of course applies to non halal unions). Some can't hold it and perform mutah to counter there need for sexual satisfaction, does that make a person "weaker"? No, defiantly not. Coming from someone with a very similar situation, I hope this has helped you. (wasalam)
  6. Yup, thinking the same. Thank you notme.
  7. (salam) These days its really hard to find employment post grad unless you have good network platform... My question is how does one find people to network with? I'm just so clueless...
  8. I am on the extended release. For me it lasts 8 hours, if I take it at the end of sahoor time (roughly 3:30 am) it will only lasts till about 11:30am-noonish, thats not enough. I dont know....
  9. (salam) I remember reading a hadith from Al-Dhahabi(ra) narrated from Aljuwanyi(ra) reports from ibn abbas (ra)(?): that the Nabi (SAW) said that Imam Ali (as) will be the chief of successors where there will be twelve, in which Imam Ali (as) is the first and the last being Imam Mahdi (AJ) will be the last. This reflects the shia interpretation of the twelve imams, at least in regards to their lineage, the next Imams (as) follow in between Imam Ali (as) and Imam Mahdi (AJ). I cant say this is concrete proof but proving Imammate from Sunni sources is a difficult task especially when there have been incidents in the past (one of which is referenced by video brother thecontendedself posted) where there have been deletions in Sunni hadiths or Alterations to suit the intrepretation of Sunni islam that the twelve Caliphs are relatively unknown as to who they could be leaving a question mark regarding this mutawatir hadith. Allahu ya3lam. (wasalam)
  10. I'm not gonna do that I'd rather suffer through it. I don't think my medication comes in the form of injections.l, I'll check with my doc. I follow ayatollah sistani. Thank you for all the replies.
  11. (salam) My question is concerning medication and fasting. I have an attention disorder so I'm taking medication for that. Is it permissible for me to take my medication while fasting without my fast being invalidated? My medication has no nutritional value and neither will satisfy my hunger or quench my thrist but it is important for my day to day functionality. Thank you.
  12. (salam) If one is touches or is touched by a dog while fasting, will it invalidate the fast? (wasalam)
  13. Yeah right? Something from the flintstones, that steak! I'm bumping this very old thread because I need an answer to this (and reason) as the previous comments didn't really answer the question. Thank you!
  14. MohammadMianSunni, While Iran sends support to Palestine and hamas, Saudi sends takifiri's suited with the sole purpose of killing shia. He will say, "I don't like Saudi" or "I don't agree with Saudi." Yet he will continue to send his ill inspired criticism on Iran and Iranians. You honestly have no room to talk, you're Pakistani? Saudi inspired Taliban attacked a shia mosque during Friday prayer last week killing 20+ and injuring many more...I dare you to find a similar event in Iran against Sunnis. Otherwise, you're just another Saudi-Wahhabi inspired mouthpiece.
  15. At minute 2:10-2:22 she says, "there are 50 women here that are Shia and married is this the same as marrying a bear and then holding up with a stick? (saying)" What does that saying mean? I am curious because the ISIS start laughing, hysterically.
  16. That's not what "I thought." I am trying to evaluate a real life scenario among our Sunni brothers and sisters here in the west where they have taken this verse to allow them to eat the meat of Christians and Jew's without even considering the method. If you approach them about this, they will reply of the type: "how do I know if the Christian takes Jesus (as) as god? Or how do I know if they used the right method? And if I don't know this, as per this verse I can take it as halal, regardless" This is the problem. Since, I am a Shia, the other point to this topic, and the main, is to give credibility to this practice by perhaps finding a similar stance from a Shia ilm. Otherwise, I agree with you (although, not so much the source part) and I appreciate your participation in this thread. Thank you.
  17. I can understand if someone is in desperate need, even swine becomes halal at that point. However this isn't what the topic is concentrating on. not the extreme cases, but the normal day to day cases, that a Muslim has access to zabiha halal meat yet opts to eat at a McDonalds with the assumption that the meat consumed is halal, as per the quoted verse.
  18. I don't know how you are answering my question, especially when I said in the post above yours that I'm not trying to debunk or defend any method/practice. However, I'll humor you. The answer to your questions is No and No (in order).
  19. (salam) You haven't really answered the question, I'm not trying to defend or debunk the methods of slaughter. Here is the verse in question: Quran 5:5Shakir This day (all) the good things are allowed to you; and the food of those who have been given the Book is lawful for you and your food is lawful for them; and the chaste from among the believing women and the chaste from among those who have been given the Book before you (are lawful for you); when you have given them their dowries, taking (them) in marriage, not fornicating nor taking them for paramours in secret; and whoever denies faith, his work indeed is of no account, and in the hereafter he shall be one of the losers. I didn't ask for a fatwa forbidding the aforementioned, I'm sure that would be either 1). All Marja are unanimous on the issue or 2). Some Marja (minority, if any) hold a similar stance to the Sunni view in light of the quoted verse. If the later, I would like to know who.Thank you both. (wasalam)
  20. (salam) At first it was not a big "thing," as in only a few groups of Sunni's, in my community, practiced the idea that you can eat meat slaughtered by Christians and Jew's . I am told that via Quran via 5:5 that the food of ahlul Kitab is made halal... To me this kind of defeats the purpose of having a zabiha halal but Allah (swt) knows best. I don't know what the classical Sunni scholars say about this practice (i.e. Hanafi, maliki, etc). However, what was once a minority is now a majority in my community (sunni) that practice this. I don't even really get to eat out with my Sunni friends anymore because they're always going to non zabiha (non halal) restaurants. Do we have any Marja that was/is of the same view? I'm not asking because I want to join my Sunni friends in their gatherings but rather if we have Shia scholars that have the same viewpoint, this would give credibility (from a Shia perspective) to this seemingly new practice. Thank you.
  21. (salam)1). Really? How long have you been a member here? You are still of the thought that a general belief among shia is to join other gods with Allah (swt)? 2). The verse describes what is a sect (shia) and then goes to say that it is those who rejoice amongst themselves. If that is the case then Ahlul sunnah are also guilty of this, probably moreso, than the Shia are. Each sect Shia or Sunni both think their Muslim and each has proofs to defend their beliefs just like amongst the sunni of Maliki, hanafi, shafaii, deobandi, braverli, etc...
  22. (salam)1). The question asked was as to why the double standards among Wahhabi's that they attack and destroy shrines of the imams (as) but not companions like Khalid ibn walid and scholars like Bukhari and ibn tamiyah. Did ISIS not blow up the shrine of prophet younis (as)? 2). No one said that you worship shrines. So, that rant of yours' was unnecessary. Chill. 3). Before you even settled your first dispute, you present another one, even more fallocious than the former. What is your purpose here? Spread hate and misinformation? Wrong forum buddy, allow me to direct you to the right one: http://www.sunniforum.com/forum/ You have come in here with your mind made up and displaying the full colors of your ignorance. To you I say, "Peace." (wasalam)
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